In late September I was lucky enough to get a chance to attend Microsoft’s “New Efficiency” event in San Francisco to talk about the importance of the new products they are bringing to market – including Windows® 7, Windows Server® 2008 R2 and Exchange Server 2010. Each of these solutions brings an exciting new experience to the end user, and helps not only enhance the way they connect with their PCs, but also to target what’s most important in today’s enterprise environment: efficient computing.
As AMD’s director of commercial software, I’ve had a front row seat to the kinds of new efficiency AMD and Microsoft have been driving in the industry for years now. And, quite simply, it just keeps getting better. I was able to sit down with Vineet Thuvara, the Worldwide Launch Leader for Windows Server, to talk about just that. Check it out:
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